Fans of the cult classic film (and everyone else) can enjoy Big Lebowski-inspired food and cocktails every weekend through March 16.
Like a coach, Erick Williams –– one of the most prominent African-American chefs in the city –– is always encouraging his staff to take it up a notch.
Noah Martin was honored in recognition of “his daily love of sliders and for all things White Castle.”
“We’re cooking my food that I’ve been wanting to make for a long time…and what our team likes and what inspires us,” said Chef/Owner Mark Steuer.
A Miami transplant, the restaurant is something akin to Disney-meets-Picasso-meets-culinary visual orgy.
The new menu offering – crunchy on the outside, soft on the inside — are sprinkled with cinnamon sugar and served warm.
Tavern at the Park, a popular spot for drinks thanks to it’s picture-perfect view of Millennium Park, will close at the end of March.
The fourth annual Chicago Black Restaurant Week starts Monday and will feature 37 black-owned restaurants from throughout the city and suburbs.
Behind Andersonville’s buzzworthy bakery and cafe, Lost Larson, is a brother and sister team.
Brendan Sodikoff told Eater Chicago that he is “actively planning two concepts” at 112 N. Green St. and 110 N. Peoria St.
Over 235 of the 390 original restaurants are participating in the extension, which gives diners until Feb. 12 to take advantage of the deals.
The list was based off of recent reviews from millions of diners based on “the degree to which the property is romantic,” TripAdvisor said.
The first 100 people to arrive at Nutella Cafe Chicago will get a special jar inscribed with their name.
The restaurant, located across the street from Buckingham Fountain, was visited by celebrities like Gwyneth Paltrow and Luciano Pavarotti.
Some of the best restaurants/chefs and mixologists will be presenting their favorite bacon-themed snacks, cocktails during three walk-around tastings.